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South Australia glamping: What you need to know
Why Choose Glamping in South Australia?
Like the rest of the country, South Australia is home to vibrant cities and rich outdoor landscapes. Itineraries can take you through Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills to the Barossa Valley and its wineries, the infamous Outback, and the Flinders Ranges to glamping Clare Valley and Lake Bumbunga.
Visit Kangaroo Island, drive out to the Eyre Peninsula, hike along Limestone Coast, or have dinner on the bank of the Murray River before setting off on a sunset cruise. Bursting with culture and flavor, and full of hidden outdoor jewels perfect for glamping, South Australia is worth a visit!
Top Things to Do in South Australia
There’s an undeniable buzz that reverberates around Australia, and that is no different in South Australia where there are a million things to do throughout the whole year.
The Flinders Ranges and infamous Outback might make you think you’re on another planet, but this martian-like landscape and desert are not to be missed. From the Anna Creek Painted Hills to Lake Eyre, South Australia won’t stop surprising you!
Further than that, the Barossa Valley and Clare Valley are home to amazing wineries and Australia’s best Riesling. The coast in South Australia has more than 3,800 kilometers of coastline, here you can go cage diving with sharks in the Neptune Islands and the Eyre Peninsula. Alternatively, you can charter a boat or go surfing on the Yorke Peninsula.
You will find an array of outdoor activities and attractions in South Australia, making it ideal for a range of travelers.
When is the Best Time to Visit South Australia?
Adelaide is the driest capital city in Australia and the climate here is considered to be one of the best. The moderate weather in Adelaide makes the majority of the outdoor activities here even more enjoyable, from kayaking to fishing.
During the summer months, the average maximum temperature is 86°F (30°C) with average lows of 63°F (17°C). Wintertime won’t have you scrambling for the heating controls, even inside the tents. Australia has a pleasant climate, meaning the temperature remains cool during this period, with highs of 61°F (16°C) and lows of 46°F (8°C).
The best place to go glamping in South Australia
With so many incredible places to choose from, it can be hard to pick the best glamping spot in South Australia. However, some great places to get you started are Stanley Flat, Adelaide, and Port Lincoln. Check out our search filter to find more great areas here, and get ready to plan your next glamping adventure!
Can I go glamping by the beach in South Australia?
For those looking to spend more time by the beautiful sandy shores in South Australia, we have some great beach houses to rent. These provide the perfect place to take in the stunning beaches, all while providing a lavish place to stay.
Is there yurt glamping in South Australia?
There are some excellent glamping types in South Australia, with yurts being a favored option. These allow guests to stay in unique accommodations, all while encompassed by beautiful scenery.